Mysterious Times

A haunted Chicago mini-mansion, once owned by the inventor of barbed wire, has gone on sale for the frighteningly low price of $159,000.

The home, built in 1882, which purportedly witnesses the spirits of children haunting its empty rooms has something of a dark history too.

In 2004, a 19-year-old man named Steven Jenkins was fatally shot during a party in the home and in 2007, a John Wilkes Booth impersonator named Seth Magosky suddenly dropped dead at the age of 39 only six months after buying the fated property…

read more Haunted mansion that has witnessed TWO mystery deaths goes on sale for the cut-down price of $159,000 | Mail Online.

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